Printing Industries of America advocates before Congress, the White House, and federal agencies for a member-driven public policy agenda that benefits and protects America's printing and graphic communications industry. Printing Industries of America also seeks to raise the industry's political visibility on Capitol Hill through grassroots advocacy, a biennial legislative fly-in, and PrintPAC, the only political action committee dedicated solely to representing the political interests of the printing and graphic communications industry. Print Powers America is an advocacy initiative of Printing Industries of America, leveraging an impactful mix of lobbying, grassroots action, and public affairs. It aims to strengthen the nation's public policy commitment to the print and graphic communications industry and enhance its profile as a driving force in the American economy.
Print Powers America is the signature advocacy initiative of Printing Industries of America funded by annual corporate contributions. Print Powers America leverages an impactful mix of lobbying, grassroots action and industry promotion to enhance the industry's profile as a driving force in the nation's economy. Print Powers America highlights environmental stewardship, dispels myths about print, and showcases its products and innovations.
PrintPAC is the premiere printing and graphic communications industry's political action committee funded by annual personal contributions. PrintPAC works by aggregating contributions to support pro-print, pro-business candidates for federal office. Through PrintPAC, print industry leaders can directly build and sustain political relationships with candidates and lawmakers on Capitol Hill to ensure that their top policy priorities are heard loud and clear. PrintPAC is regulated by the Federal Election Commission and by law is only able to accept contributions from PIA member companies.
Please Note: The PrintPAC website is password protected. For login credentials to the PrintPAC website, please email printpac [at] printing.org.
PrintPAC contributions are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for federal income purposes. Contributions to PrintPAC are for political purposes. All contributions to PrintPAC are voluntary. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal. The proposed contribution amounts are merely suggestions; you may choose to contribute more or less, but not more than $5,000 per year, or not at all. Federal law requires political committees to report the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 in a calendar year. Contributions received by PrintPAC that cannot be used for candidates will be used for other grassroots political purposes.
Questions? Contact Lisbeth Lyons, Printing Industries of America, Vice President of Government Affairs at 202-730-7975 or llyons [at] printing.org.